Established in 1959, the family-owned and family-operated Cusumano Real Estate Group is the San Fernando Valley’s leader in apartment rentals, office leasing and active senior living. The real estate group is the largest owner of multifamily apartments in the Tri-Cities region of Los Angeles.

The company was founded by the brothers Chuck and Roger Cusumano. Today, the business is still led by Chuck and Roger, as well as Chuck’s sons Mike and Charlie, and 40 experienced associates. Cusumano Real Estate Group built its reputation on quality, value and personal service. The company has an unwavering commitment to their tenants’ needs and more than 100 years of combined experience in property management, development, construction and brokerage. Their clients and tenants include The Walt Disney Company, Chase Bank, Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc., Universal Music Group, the State of California, the U.S. General Services Administration, Amgen and many others.

The newest project of Cusumano Real Estate Group is the completion of its 480,000 square foot “Talaria at Burbank,” a mixed-use project in the heart of Burbank’s Media District. The building opened for business in June 2018. Its 241 ultra-luxury apartments will be completed by the end of the year.

Cusumano family members continue to play key roles in the community, providing leadership at the Burbank Chamber of Commerce, the Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center, Burbank Business Partners, Downtown Burbank Partnership, the Burbank Transportation Management Organization, Community Foundation of the Verdugos, The Board of Advisors of the Woodbury University School of Business, the Burbank Arts For All Foundation and Leadership Burbank.

In 2010, the Cusumano family funded an innovative, state-of-the-art radiation oncology department in the Roy and Patricia Disney Family Cancer Center. In 2017, the Cusumano family donated $10 million in support of the emergency and urgent care at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center.

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